Tisbury Agenda Mixup Explained
Louisa Hufstader
Tisbury town officials erred twice when they posted an agenda for selectmen to meet in Boston Jan. 25.
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Kiosk, Not Meters for Tisbury Parking Lot
Louisa Hufstader
There will be no parking meters in the Tisbury-owned parking lot on Beach Road this summer.
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Tisbury Selectmen Back Shipyard Expansion
Louisa Hufstader

In the face of growing opposition to a major expansion project at the Martha’s Vineyard Shipyard, Tisbury selectmen voted Wednesday night to send a letter of support to the shipyard.

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Young Candidates Step Up for Selectman Races
Noah Asimow
There are 20 Island selectmen, the vast majority of them over 60. But with the deadline still a month away for filing nomination papers, three young candidates have already declared that they will be running.
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Lambert’s Cove Road to Reopen in February
Louisa Hufstader
Contractors arrive Monday to begin a two-week project replacing the collapsed culvert and headwall on the scenic road.
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Parking Meters Recommended for Vineyard Haven Lot
Louisa Hufstader

Tisbury took another step Tuesday toward becoming the first town on Martha’s Vineyard with metered parking.

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Tisbury End of Lambert’s Cove Road Won’t Reopen Until 2020
Louisa Hufstader
Washed out, repaired, reopened and closed once more over a four-day period last week, the Vineyard Haven end of Lambert’s Cove Road will remain blocked off through the end of the year.
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Human Error Caused Sinking of Tisbury Fire Boat
Louisa Hufstader
The Tisbury harbor master’s fire patrol boat sank at its Owen Park slip in an early October storm because a deck hatch was left unsecured, according to a loss and damage survey.
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Eyeing a New School, Tisbury Airs Education Plan
Louisa Hufstader
The Tisbury School needs more than classrooms to properly educate and care for children, school committee member Mike Watts told town selectmen.
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Tisbury Eyes Added Revenue From Rental Registrations
Louisa Hufstader
Tisbury could reap hundreds of thousands of dollars a year from short-term rental property registrations that became mandatory when the state passed its short-term rental tax last year.
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